A photo and some specifications of Acer's first Jelly Bean smartphone have leaked. Sadly, the Acer V360, as it's called, runs Android 4.1, rather than the newer 4.2 release, but that might not be too big an issue, considering its mid-range allegiance.
Built around a 4.5-inch display of qHD resolution (960 x 540 pixels), the V360 boasts a 1GHz dual-core processor of unknown variety. RAM and storage are still anyone's guess, but judging by Acer's habits, it's likely it will throw in an microSD card slot.
At the back, there's a 5MP camera, while at the front a VGA front-facing shooter enables vide chat. According to the leak, the device will weigh 140 grams and measure 132.0 x 68.5 x 9.9 mm, which seems about right for a mid-ranger with a 4.5" screen.
The Acer V360 will be available in black and white and will reportedly cost around $300. Availability is yet unknown, but rumors point to a release in the first quarter of next year.
copy galaxy sIII?
I like Acer, but they can making a great smartphone. No this Junk up.
HI peeps, Please find something good sometimes. This phone is good, if the chipset is snapdragon S4 pro or higher....battery life get better so that not only Motorola would says they conquered but I have not used Motorola for three years anyway... ...